Bangkok is a huge city that suffers from urban sprawl, although, you don’t need to suffer when you travel around Bangkok. There are plenty of options to choose from when you need to travel from point A to point B in Bangkok. Knowing which is the best choice for you is essential to saving time, money or your sanity.Read More
Chatuchak Weekend Market is Thailand’s largest outdoor markets and an iconic attraction in Bangkok. It should be on the list of things to do in Bangkok of any avid shopper, or visitor who is looking to see a truly unique place. With over 15,000 stalls on 27 acres of land, Chatuchak is enormous and a place that many would attest, you could find just about anything in the world here. From antiques to pets, paintings to T-shirts and a whole bunch of food and drinks, Chatuchak Weekend Market is a great place to pick up some souvenirs, home furnishings or little furry friends.Read More
Benjakitti Park is located in the heart of the city, not far from the main interchange of the BTS and MRT rail systems. You can access the park easily from either BTS Asok, MRT Sukhumvit or MRT Queen Sirkit Convention Center. The park boasts and large interior lake with a 2 kilometer track that has separate cycling and running paths. Thought of as the most beautiful park in the city it definitely fulfills its intended purpose of making Bangkok a more livable city.Read More
Lumpini Park is one of Bangkok’s best retreats from the city’s scorching heat. Sitting on 142 acres of land complete with a large lake, 2.5 KM track, fitness facilities and plenty of lush vegetation, it is a must visit for any tourist or local.Read More
Bangkok has a reputation as one of the best cities for its nightlife. The nightlife in Bangkok is lively due to the various options available for drinking and partying. Bangkok is home to some top-notch nightclubs that would rival those in any other large city, bars that are designed by world-class bar designers, dive bars and pool bars to grab a cheap beer and a quick game of pool or a game on TV. Perhaps the most notorious aspects of Bangkok nightlife are go-go bars. One of the most well-known areas for go-go bars is Soi Cowboy.Read More
Shopping malls in Bangkok come in all varieties, from the high-end fashionista malls spread across Sukhumvit Road to the old and dilapidated supercenters that are dotted along the outskirts of the city. One of the best malls in the city for a good balance is MBK shopping mall.
MBK center is considered as the tourist’s top choice when searching for bargains. It is packed with deals in it’s over 2000 shops and stalls across it’s 7 floors.Read More
Travelling Thailand is mostly easy. Getting from Bangkok to Phuket is also pretty simply as there are plenty of options. The way you choose to make the journey will be very dependent on your budget, since there is every imaginable way to choose from. Planes, trains and automobiles will all get you there, perhaps not safely, but hopefully you’d make it intact.Read More
Shopping in Bangkok is plentiful. There are lots of shopping malls, markets and tons of street side vendors selling a large variety of wares. No matter what you are looking to buy while in Bangkok, you are sure to find a shop or market stall selling the items you are searching for.
Terminal 21 in Bangkok, located on Sukhumvit soi 21 near the Asoke BTS and Sukhumvit MRT station, is one of the many shopping malls that dot the streets of the city.Read More
In general, Bangkok is a great city for shopping since you can find so many different types of places to do it at. Bangkok is also known for its amazing nightlife. What is more, Thailand has an amazing culture. Visiting a local night market while you travel in Bangkok is a great way to get to experience all three of these incredible features of the city.Read More
The easiest way to reach Suvarnabhumi airport, which is the main Bangkok Airport with call letters BKK, from Khao Sand Road, is to first make your way to the Phaya Thai BTS / Airport Rail Link station to ride the train from Phaya Thai Station to Suvarnabhumi Station. The entire ride on the train takes around 26 minutes, costs 45 baht and you arrive on the underground level of the airport itself.Read More
Traveling in Thailand is an amazing experience, no matter how much time you have to devote to the country. With so many incredible sights to see across the entire country it is difficult to decide which ones deserve your time and attention. Whether you are traveling in Bangkok, the North of Thailand or the South of Thailand you will never be short of things to do while in Thailand. So, the hard part is deciding what to do in Bangkok or other regions.Read More
Bangkok has been on the tourist trail for decades now and because of its long-lasting popularity amongst backpackers there is no shortage of budget accommodation to choose from. Currently Bangkok has more than 400 hostels to choose from plus an array of other cheap accommodation offerings. For those who are searching for a hostel in Bangkok there are some key things to consider when making the choice about which hostel to choose.Read More